Daylight Saving Time

Posted: 5:09 PM EST Feb 28, 2013   Updated: 8:17 AM EST Nov 02, 2015

In late-winter, on the second Sunday in March, we move our clocks one hour ahead and "lose" an hour during the night and then in Fall, on the first Sunday in November, we move our clocks back one hour and "gain" an extra hour. But Daylight Saving Time wasn't just created to confuse our schedules. Learn more about Daylight Saving Time here.


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